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Intel Core 2 Duo and compatible motherboards


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Ryan_88

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hello

was just wondering about a few things---

1) if i changed my mobo to a newer core 2 duo capable one could i put my current DDR memory in a DDR2 slot??? would it work??
2) can an agp graphics card be plugged into a PCI-E slot and still work?

thanks

ry
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Neil Jones

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No on both counts. DDR is not compatible with DDR2 and AGP is not compatible with PCI-Express.

You would need to buy a new graphics card and some new memory if you were to change your board.
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